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greets the good in all of you. who knows where is this is from? india. today we are sharing an form. we are members of the dance company based here in san francisco and we are taught by somebody who has been doing this art form for over 50 years much the ladies including myself we have been studying with him for a long time. you will see different things. lots of sounds with our feet. a little bit of story telling through mime and expression and you will learn about math in dance. who would have thought. today we will start, our next piece means the coloring of the stage. dancers show the hindu aspect of the dance by using the positions of our hands we will show you we are decorating the stage and make a water picture and cleaning the stage with the water. plucking flowers and decorating the stage with the petals of the flowers. we will awaken the 5 senses through the blowing of a conch shell. we will demonstrate the 3 duty, creator, producer and the destroyer in order to make way for new creation. [music] [applause] good morning. afternoon, actually. so, as you can see this is an elabo
into india, indonesia or emerging countries in the east that had a greater share of our resources, then we would do that. the prime effort is to get the whole of government to work together. this requires a huge amounts of energy. it is one of the reasons we have six ministers in the form office. that means the ministers are able to travel. the governor is on his way to japan as we speak. that means we can do much more. >> thank you very much. as you say, it has been a victim for the past 30 o40or 40 years. and if you look at it now, it looks as though you have these huge funded departments looking smaller and smaller and less and less well-funded. it may be an said to draw these kinds of comparisons, but the total core budget is less than a billion pounds. we're probably spending this year in afghanistan 5 billion pounds. there are couple of questions to come out of this. one of them is the effect on staff, morale. the second is the effects on your embassy, because there are two ways in which the cuts hit the most. one of them is that an office of losing allowances they feel that educatio
-span, the brookings institution will examine the military modernization of india. a representative from the carnegie delegation for international peace will join the discussion. that is starting at 3:30 p.m. eastern. until then, your phone calls from today's "washington journal." ok at some of the headlines outside of washington. "the l.a. times" has obama's plans for big tax breaks for businesses. details coming tomorrow. in essence and the president outlining investment by businesses this year and next year, 100% of those capital investments could be written off under his proposal. and this from "the miami herald" the $50 billion jobs adult could face a tough road. the front page of "usa today," focused on jobs. the motion will be the key. she says the unemployment rate in wisconsin is nearly two percentage points below the nation's average and where the president won by 14 percentage point. this year's state democrats are struggling to hang on to the governors see -- seat. and the congressional seat. perhaps the most telling perhaps the most telling barometer of the changing political climate, se
in india the suds' whether to hand the sacred site to induce or to muslims. taking no chances -- the officials want to prevent sectarian violence that has killed at thousands in the past. >> anxiety under the surface, so the government is taking their chances. you can see the number of policemen heavily armed who will be deployed. >> welcome to gmt. with a world of news and opinion. also in the program, many are called, only one is chosen -- north korea's leader in waiting unveiled at the ruling party conference. >> you think that delhi is ready? >> only days ago the gold medalist takes a tax up to see if delhi is prepared for the commonwealth games to prepared -- takes a tuck to see if the commonwealth games are prepared to begin. >> it is for 30 p.m. in delhi where the government is taking the extraordinary security measures on the landmark court ruling on the religious site. it carries such button to four division and violence. three judges must decide whether it belongs to hindus or to muslims. thousands died in 1992 when a mosque was torn down by a hindu extremist. caroli
through word of mouth. now they fight to keep the tradition alive for the next generation of india. young priests have taught special rituals to be performed inside traditional groups. the ceremony is closed. the community is fast shrinking. >> the population has a diminishing trend. [unintelligible] in case of the this erastianism -- there are 10,000. it is a big number. >> mumbai. india's thriving financial capital. it shows at the majestic area. and here, the founder of india's best known -- despite their tiny numbers, they are instrumental in india's global presence. it is a legacy that is cherished by men like this, who has found andia's contemporary art -- founded india's contemporary art movement in the 1990's. >> this country would not be around. india. so india was in their country first. they are putting in their best. >> crowds poured into the britannia cafe. of mumbai -- a mumbai tradition. many poor in for authentic cuisine. he still takes orders at the restaurant he inherited from his father. [unintelligible] >> we do not accept [unintelligible] there are many, many foreigne
and fallen world. not just in america, different parts of america, india, the majority of my skin color worships goddess. 16,000 people finding christ in india. our foe cus is in the youth of india. by 2025, half of the world this generation is one glob youth culture. they are rejecting the faith of their parents. here is a challenge, when a young man and lady rejects christianity. in a place like india, it is an incredible opportunity to reach them with the love of jesus christ. >> god rescued and equipping you tobe a missionary in india and america. thank you so much r what you are doing. >> thank you, sir. >> thanks. >>> and you can find daily reports on the work of the church around the world at our website cwnews.org. we'll be back right after this. >> finally this week we turn to nth korea turning to a christian help from a christiang agency. >> torrential floods destroyed many homes in the nati. now kim jong il's nation has requested supplies from samaritan's purse a north carolina charity. >> we were contacted by new york city, ey asked us to help. they asked for medicine, foo
mahatma gandhi free india, but how come we know him? and what does he have in common with this guy? and then there's this one, here in america, civil rights revolution. that's what it was, dr. martin luther king. there's malcolm x. malcolm x isn't dr. martin luther king. what's the difference? and what does this guy, this guy, and this guy have in common? because these things may be necessary for us now, as we go into the future. where are we headed and where are the answers? i have to tell you that about a year ago i was trying to figure out, 8-28. i was trying to figure out what was going on. what i was supposed to do, what i was supposed to talk about and people ask me all the time. where do we go from here? where is the guy? where is the president and where is the-- the more i went down the road of trying to figure things out, the more i realized that the answer isn't in washington, it's not in politics, it's in here. we have to fundamentally change ourselves. so, as i'm looking to the touch future, the thing i did a year ago, i went back to the beginning. i went to this guy. t
. >> india's dream of glory has turned to its worst nightmare. every deadline has been advanced. the worst monsoon in 30 years has left of flood and an outbreak of fever. the latest worry, blocks of luxury flats meant to house athletes. initially, it was said to be even better than the beijing olympics. but as visitors began arriving, it became clear conditions were far worse. away from public view, they have been confronted with filthy toilets, rubbish, and flooded apartments. >> some parts of the village are not habitable at the moment. it is hard to see how they can be a turned brown. they are appalling, filthy. disgusting. standing water. could be expected to live in those conditions -- no one could be expected to live in those conditions. >> visitors will arrive from 71 common wealth countries, the biggest gathering ever. and today, at the mean athletic stadium, another major setback. a collapsed bridge leaves workers injured. the cleanup those on into the night. you can see the main athletic stadium all lit up behind me. and now, the bridge that has collapsed under its own weight, wh
by half by 2015. >> that is largely because of very big economic growth in china and india which has raised worldwide figures. one of the other goals on target is to increase the number of people with access to clean drinking water. that is not the case for people with access to clean sanitation. that has fallen far behind. there has been quite a lot of progress made in prevention of aids and malaria, getting children to primary schools. but in these areas, they're not on target. those that fall in most far behind have to do with the most basic and a vulnerable, the number of children that by below the age of 5 and the number of women who die in childbirth. these targets are way off. >> nikolas sarkozy of france suggested a transaction tax to raise extra funds. is that gaining any transaction? >> there is going to be a high level seminar on that here at the summit. there could be some interest, is not in the tax itself, certainly in innovative financing, which is a way to raise money other than digging into your own pockets and rich co. -- rich countries giving aid. we will be hearin
betting happening in india. >> deterrents players into superstars. -- it turns them into superstars. >> sanil is still busy on his phone. it is an $8 billion industry here, and everyone wants a slice of it, but few here still believe this remains the gentleman's game. >> joining me from our dlhi bureau is a sports consultant for the newspaper did. thank you for being with us. how ingrained is the gambling industry in the game of cricket? >> i think it is hugely ingrained, but the differences like in england, india, or the sub-continent, betting is illegal. a large amount of the money invested goes unnoticed, no one knows who is betting, how much, or on what. >> are you then implying that expecting in cricket were legalized, it would remove some of this criminality that we have seen, for example, it in pakistan's tour of england? >> it would definitely help. for instance, this alleged bookmaker, the middle man who took a lot of money from a newspaper -- if he had bet legally, the money have gotten recorded in some shops in england. but if done in the sub- continent, no one knows how
around the globe. coming up later. young country, growing problem. what happens when india's baby boomers grow old. and the secrets hidden until the day she dies. >> hello it's not often see the european union, and describes france's deportation of gip sees in breech of the ue law. and they were forced to romania. >> the support from gavin hewitt. >> over a hundred have been cleared and a thousand romas have been expelled and put on planes to romania. >> today the european union used enprecedented language to rebuke one of its most powerful states >> this is a digrace. >> the commissioner said there was paralleling with world war ii >> this is a situation i would thought europe would not have to witness again after the second world war. >> enough is enough. >> the french government says the roma are actually given 300 euros each when they leave the county >> france is a proud founding member and rarely received such a dressing down and deliberately mislead the eu. part of the union's anger relates to an internal french memo when mentions dimantels roma camps a priority. some see it as ta
india fuelled by rumors of religious desecration -- anger against india. all faiths against extremists. the imam behind the new york islamic center speaks out. the catholic church and belgium promises to hold victims of widespread abuse. welcome to "bbc world news," broadcast on pbs in and around the globe. coming up, the haves and the have nots were in you donda to find out how the aid project has changed the lives of a lucky few. >> i would love to have my own [unintelligible] but it goes way beyond my voice. >> the british woman who woke up and found she has a french accent. with >> the violence was fuelled by a tv a reporter with the koran being desecrated, but the demonstrations that killed 18 people in kashmir have anger at the indian government. thousands of people took to the streets chanting anti-indian slogans. >> more funerals and more killings. on the most violent day of a violent summer in kashmir. once again, thousands of people took to the streets in defiance of strict curfews chanting anti- india slogans. more than 70 people had been shot dead by the police in the last
scandal in cricket rose, suggesting that india might be behind it. hard-line palestinian militants in conservative israeli settlers do not like what they're hearing. the first round between -- first round of peace talks between the israeli prime minister and the leader in palestine seem to have gone well, making some nervous over the prospect of compromise. they will meet every two weeks to achieve their goals. our washington correspondent has been following negotiations. >> for two hours they spoke alone. all sides agreed that the negotiations could only progress if the details remain private. the initial goal has been made public. the search for what is called the framework for agreement. >> it is not an interim agreement. it is more detailed than a declaration of principles, but is less than a full-fledged treaty. the purpose is to establish the fundamental compromises necessary to enable the parties to flesh out the agreement that will end the conflict and establish lasting peace. >> in other words, the broad brushstrokes first, then the detail. this is the detail on the ground
and public access improvements to india basin shoreline park and india basin open space. sorry. this is an example of some of the corporate volunteer participation with the environmental education programs. that is one of the points i wanted to make about the programs is that not only do they provide great value to the community but they also return value to the port, both in terms of many hours of volunteer labor that are contributed at the park, but also, less tangibly, in developing public and community support for stewardship of the park and the types of habitat the park houses. india basin open space is on the southern portion of india basin shoreline park. parts of both areas are constructed on port property, but were improved and have been operated and maintained jointly by rec park. rec park staff run a huge storage chip program and also in natural areas -- a youth stewardship program and also a natural areas program. both could complement the programs at heron's head park. similarly, india basin and heron's head offer similar wetlands habitat and passive recreation opp
of economic growth in china and india. there has been much progress into getting children into schools and reducing the spread of aids. cutting the deaths of children and women who died in childbirth is off target. these farmers are among those who benefit it. they now get the latest market prices from mobile phones. the extra income and aid helps improve the village services. school attendance has more than doubled. delegates are debating the best way to expand successes like this one. already there are shortfalls. rich countries were warned not to use the downturn as a pretext to ignore poverty. >> while the crisis is severe in the rich countries, its consequences are much harsher in poor countries. we don't have the right to do less. >> a summitt is looking for new approaches such as raising development money by taxing plane tickets. some say it is time to focus more on the underlying causes of poverty rather than only on humanitarian issues. >> later on we will have a special report on how well african countries are doing on implementing the millennium goals. officials in somalia s
in india. many nations threatened to pull out. israel has displayed an unacceptable brutality in a gaza 8 flotilla says the report. a new book details fighting over strategy and afghanistan. welcome to "bbc world news." we will -- $14 billion pledge to help the world's poorest women and children as the un looks at new approaches to aid. >> the organizers of the commonwealth games are now facing the threat of a walkout by athletes after concerns continue to grow. eight competing nations have written a letter asking for conditions to be met. the indian government said the games will meet international standards and insisting they will be one of the most successful. the new zealand olympic committee advised its athletes holding off on going to the games until september 28. >> the big push to rescue the commonwealth games continued as pressure grew on organizers. a number of nations remain unhappy, particularly with the state of the athletes' village. unless they can produce a sprint to the finish line, then a walk out remains a threat. >> it is certainly on a knife edge. the things that can
. india is taking a chances. >> the preparations are almost done. -- india is taking no chances. >> the preparations are almost done. the gains are still a week from now. india will be hoping it can finally put on a good show. bbc news, delhi. >> the latest headlines for you on "bbc world news at." the north korean leader, kim jong-il has promoted one of his sons. russia is the world's biggest energy supplier. when the leaders and that, they had much to talk about. china wants more resources to fuel economic growth. president medvedyev's visit coincides with the completion of an oil pipeline between the two countries. >> both sides have touted the completion of the china-russia oil pipeline. this is a win/win cooperation in progress of a further promoting cooperation in the areas of energy, administration, and high-tech industries. >> but aside from oil, russia has opportunities to sell gas in china. they are currently highly reliant on europe. the two countries have agreed that russian supplies would start flowing in 2015, although they have yet to work out a pricing structure.
to be this way. this was supposed to be india's coming out party, showcasing a global showcase. >> it is under control. we are doing our best. we are confident we will be able to complete the entire renovation and cleaning. >> but not everyone is convinced. some say unless india acts quickly, the event could be in jeopardy. bbc news, delhi. >> next tuesday, there will be a conference. that is not moving news in itself, but this one is north korea, and it is extremely rare. the last time it happened 30 years ago, it led to kim jong-il succeeding his father. there is insulation he is about to hand over to one of his sons. -- there is speculation he is about to hand over to one of his sons. >> this is an early confirmed photo of the sun, taken almost two decades ago. almost nothing is known about him except that he comes from a ruthless bloodline. the eternal president and his son kim jong-il are the only leader north korea has ever known. kim jong-il had a very long and public grooming for power, for trade for years as the natural successor to his godlike father. so when his father died in 1994,
on for 120 kilometers. countdown to the commonwealth games, but will india be ready? >> a leading tv presenter and former ambassador are among six people found guilty of sexually abusing children at state run children's homes in portugal. the trial began six years ago. this was an institution caring for 4000 children. >> he was surrounded by cameras as he walked into court, accused of sexually abusing young boys as part of a pedophile ring in a children's home. today the court will decide. the court read details of every accusation of all six men on trial. boys as young as nine were raped repeatedly by a driver at a children's home and offered to other men. one boy was so violent he has been rendered in continent. one boy felt he had to be there. >> this has been a bit complicated, painful to listen to what happened, but on the other hand to hear the judge saying our names and linking them to the prison is good because it is as if the eight years this drag on is bearing fruit. >> the driver carlos silvino has been sentenced to 18 years in prison. for the boys who suffered so long, th
. -- india's contemporary art movement in the 1940's. >> india with their country. they put in their best. >> from the time they moved here from burst up 1000 years ago, the parsis hat integrated into india while maintaining their unique identity and culture. faced with extinction, they are using new, desperate measures to keep the community telling. among them, the fertility credit aimed at couples who find it difficult to conceive. -- project aimed at couples who find it difficult to conceive. like this couple, whose twin girls were born after joining. >> it basically creates an awareness. it encourages couples to conceive earlier in their reproductive age group. correct for the next generation, new ways to reach out and bonds, like facebook and speedskating advance -- speed dating events. >> and no one has time to go on 40 dinners or lunches, what ever it is. >> desperate measures, but these are desperate times for india's 18 parsis community. a ging parsis -- aging parsis committee. bbc news. >> you will find more spot that an international news online at bbc.com/news. you can catch u
and india. a fascination, both of them co, because these are enormously talented continents, a subcontinent. this is a talent, and yet throughout history that talent has not been seen. when i first went to vietnam, talking about asia in general, and i took into the hotel, the coat hanger. i thought these people are so gifted. how did the french overlook this? how did the americans overlook the talent? in china, that is especially true. in india, where the british were, they did not want people to be good at things. they wanted to make raw materials, for manufacturing, particularly cotton, etc.. arnaud, where are we going in this world. >> i have learned in 62 years in the business that international prognostication has made us look respectable. i do not have any clue where we are going. i have seen headlines about the new dawn in the middle east that was apparently in washington for the past three days, in the middle east being treated as a new dawn. nobody really sees a new change except for some camera work at the white house. >> everything is not progress. for example, we have seen the r
citizens. >> the court in india will ruled thursday whether hindus or muslims on a disputed religious site in the north of the country. many fear the judgment could trigger an outbreak of rioting. hundreds of thousands of police in riot gear will be placed in sensitive zones across india. security forces patrolled many empty streets. many shops, businesses, and schools remain closed. public gatherings have been forbidden in the town. after months of acrimony with in that his center-right coalition, silvio berlusconi has won a vote of confidence in his government in italy. this could allow him to stay in office until 2013. there is still uncertainty whether his alliance with a key former ally will survive. >> of the 17th century palace that once stood here, all that remains is the facade. while italy's parliament building still looks as imposing as ever, inside the ruling coalition has been through some shaky times. critics say its unity, like the passat, is just for show -- like the facade, is just for show. >> it is absolutely in the interest of our country to avoid in this crisis moment
. what can we do for you? >> and now "bbc world news." >> anbar against india fuelled by rumors of religious desecration. 18 people died in protests in kashmir. non-creche -- not christians versus muslims but also face against extremists. the imam in the new york islamic center speaks out about the controversy. a promise to help victims of widespread sexual abuse. many victims more action against the abuses. welcome to "bbc world news" on pbs in america. the haves and have-nots. we are in new gone to to find out how the money military's a project has changed the lives of the lucky few. >> i would love to have my own voice back, but it goes way beyond my voice. >> in the british woman woke up and found she now has a french accent. ♪ >> hello. the violence was filled by a tv report ave koran is acquitted in the u.s., but demonstrations and killed at least 18 people in kashmir and have anchor at the indian government. police opened fire after thousands of people took to the streets chanting anti-indian and anti-western slogans. here is the report. >> more funerals, more a year, a
for you. what happens when india's baby boomers get old? the extraordinary life of one british woman who kept the secrets of her life hidden until the day she died. >> it is not often that you see one of the european union's members reprimanded by brussels but the justice commissioner has described the deportation of roma gypsies as a disgrace and probably in the breach of eu law. france has disrupted more than 100 of their camps and has exported more than 1000 back to romania. >> before dawn, the french police ruth -- move into the roman camp as the families are taken away. many are given 300 euros to leave the country. the french government says that they are leaving voluntarily. the people say that they are being deported because of their ethnic background and in a strongly worded attack against france from the eu commission, they agree. >> i am appalled by a situation that gave the impression that the people are being removed by a member state of the european union is because they belong to an ethnic minority. this is a situation i have thought that europe would not have to witness a
for the first time in their life that lists them above poverty that is what happened in my lifetime in india and china and indonesia and all sorts of other countries. >> rose: what sorts of people have come out of poverty. >> that is a fantastic force for progress and good in our world. but it has a consequence. which is that china and a india and other countries want more of a voice. and more of the economic power of the world. >> rose: and go serve it. >> absolutely did deserve it. >> i've only been in office a few months, i've made the visit to india and china that actually the chancellor of the exchequer five or six years ago probably wouldn't have done. so i think the architecture of the world, the g-20, it is indeed already a reflection of it, the imf, needs to understand that economic power is more broadly based in our world. i think that is a good thing. and i think a big open competitive trading economy like the united kingdom has nothing to fear from that. >> rose: does that mean that brazil and india should be on the security council for example of the united nations. >> i think t
meeting and carrying 5,000 brooms. in india a broom is a woman's power. by delivering brooms, we are telling them to clean up their mess. chemical melt down spent 20 tons of gas into their city. they are leading the fight to send justice to their people and the worst fate. mothers carry poisons in their breasts. she accepted the 2004 environmental prize. we are not expendable. we are not flowers offered at the profit and power. we are dancing flames commitmented to darkness and the magic and mystery of life. women have long been slain at the environmental health and justice, from rachel to louis and the family of love canal. to the women of india and around the world fighting to clean up dangerously contaminated community. today more women have more power than ever before, especially more economic power and political power, women can shift the balance of power and change the face of the future. we are the once we have been waiting for as the poet june jordan. if we can bring ourselves to great clarity as to cause and effect. the environment is us, it is our wombs, our breast milk
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